We strive to maintain the quality of the courses and programmes we run across our offices in Brighton, Dorset, Neath, Swansea and Swindon. Although the courses we run and the contracts we win may change, the quality remains the same. Our teams are passionate about the services they deliver and we always aim to exceed expectations.

Some of our recent awards and ratings include:

  • Winner, best Digital Marketing 2019 from Wessex FM for our Foster in Dorset campaign
  • Shortlisted for Micro-business of the year 2019
  • Brighton Traineeships inspected by OFSTED in November 2017 as part of London Learning Consortium’s inspection resulted in an overall Grade 2 (Good).
  • Matrix Standard, the International quality mark for delivering high quality impartial information, advice and guidance
  • Welsh Government Youth Work Quality Mark (Bronze) in September 2017.
  • Finalist for Wales Micro Business of the Year 2018 in the FSB Business Awards in February 2018.
  • Ministry of Defence Armed Forces Covenant (Bronze)
  • UK Government Cyber Essentials Certification (Advanced) in April 2018.
  • Winner of NPT Business of the Year at Swansea Bay Radio Business Awards in June 2018.
  • Approved City and Guilds learning centre
  • NCFE approved training centre
  • Institute of Leadership and Management approved training centre

Our Impact in 2018/19

Between 1st August 2018 and 30th July 2019 we have supported a record number of 1352 service users accessing our programmes!

  • Family Learning Dorset – 44 learners
  • Swindon Adult Community Learning – 136 learners
  • Skills Support for the Workforce in Brighton – 63 learners
  • Traineeships in Brighton – 10 learners
  • Skills Support for the Unemployed in Brighton – 71 learners
  • Skills Support for the Workforce in Solent – 16 learners
  • Adult Education courses in Brighton – 81 learners
  • Support for Young People who are at risk of becoming NEET in Dorset – 12 learners
  • Fostering Recruitment in Dorset – 151 initial home visits conducted with 79 applicants proceeding to full application
  • Employability Support Programme in Swansea – 154 jobseekers
  • Employability Support Programme (ex-offenders) – 103 jobseekers
  • ESOL courses in Cardiff and Newport – 119 jobseekers
  • Work and Health Programme vocational courses for Remploy Cymru – 88 jobseekers
  • Swansea Youth Clubs – 61 young people attending
  • Neath Port Talbot: Families First Disability Coordinator – 139 early intervention panel referrals and 104 multi-assessment team referrals